Clermiston Park Improvements

Clermiston Park Improvements

Community engagement and greenspace improvements

On behalf of the City of Edinburgh Council, ELGT have put together an Improvement Plan for Clermiston Park, making suggestions for its management over the next two years. Two consultation events were held in January at the Drumbrae Library Hub, along with the opportunity to email your comments on the first draft of the Plan.

We were grateful for everyone’s feedback and suggestions which were discussed with the Council. Below is a link to the Feedback Summary document which summarises the feedback received from the consultation and the response from the Council, detailing what is and what is not possible. Below is also a link to the final version of the Clermiston Park Improvement Plan. Where possible, suggestions from the consultation have been incorporated.

We look forward to helping take this plan forward with the Council and local community and thank everyone for taking the time to tell us their feedback and suggestions!

Feedback Summary Table

Clermiston Park Improvement Plan 2020 Final Version

Biodiversity Improvements

As part of delivering the activities in Clermiston Park’s 2020-22 Management Plan, ELGT and the City of Edinburgh Council extended and filled in gaps in the parks hedgerow, planting native species such as hawthorn, field maple, beech and birch. Hedgerows provide food and shelter for wildlife and act as green corridors, offering refuge in what can be a sparse urban landscape


Funded by: City of Edinburgh Council


  • 2 community engagement sessions
  • Finalised improvement plan produced and promoted
  • Biodiversity improvements through hedge planting



  • Enable the key stakeholders to participate and have greater control on the development of the park’s management
  • Help improve green networks
  • Communities coming together and taking part in community engagement activities
  • Better understanding of the what are the key uses of the park
  • Increase accessibility to greenspaces
  • Improved biodiversity